Installing a false wall to avoid holes in your walls
Garden Grove, CA - June 1, 2015 - If you're a renter but still want the big screen experience in your own home without having to drill or punch holes in your walls, consider making a false wall out of 1x2s and pressure fitting (squeezing) them between your floor and ceiling. It's surprisingly easy and if you wrap the panels with fabric they're light weight and stylish too. Here are some photo examples of false wall panels that I created for such a scenario. If you want the wall ...Read More
Acoustically Transparent Screen
Garden Grove, CA - May 1, 2015 - One of the best ways to approximate the commercial cinema experience in your own home is to employ an AT, or acoustically transparent screen, that allows you to place loudspeakers behind the screen itself -just like in a commercial theater.
You can place speakers behind your AT screen either by using in-wall speakers, or by building a false wall out into your room that allows for you to put traditional speakers behind a screen while still keeping ...
Garden Grove, CA. April 1, 2015- To enhance the perception of contrast beyond your projector's settings and/or your choice in screen material, try darkening the wall behind or surrounding your projection screen. You can accomplish this by using paints (flat paint finishes are best), fabric(s) or by better controlling ambient light. For even greater results, carry this methodology onto your sidewalls, floor and ceiling if possible.Read More
How to Select a Projection Screen Material
Video Description: This video discusses three major types of projection screen materials and how to select the right one for your home theater.
How to Achieve a Brighter Image in Rooms with High Ambient Light
Garden Grove, CA. December 29, 2014- Dave Rodgers offers advice on how to retain image quality when viewing in rooms with high amounts of ambient light. Click Here for the full article.
Space-Saving Tricks for Large Projection Systems
Garden Grove, CA. April 21, 2014- Dave Rodgers offers space-saving tricks for large projection systems.
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